Sandusky likely to receive pension despite child sex abuse conviction . This is crazy, don't you think
Convicted child molester and former Penn State assistant football
coach Jerry Sandusky is likely to keep his state pension of more than
$4,900 per month despite being found guilty last week on 45 molestation
charges, according to reports.
By law, the former Penn State assistant football coach would only
forfeit his pension after being sentenced for crimes falling under
Pennsylvania's Act 140. That list includes crimes such as extortion and
bribery by a public employee are covered by that act, but not violent
crimes or sexual abuse.
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